The Top 10 Links of 2018. [DSR #167]

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Top Articles from 2018

#1. DataViz Cheatsheet

#1. DataViz Cheatsheet

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#2. Beyond Interactive: Notebook Innovation at Netflix

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#3. Machine Learning Cheatsheet

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#4. The top 5 business-related books every Data Scientist should read

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#5. The 5 Basic Statistics Concepts Data Scientists Need to Know

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#6. One Analyst’s Guide for going from Good to Great

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#7. Great Power, Great Responsibility: The 2018 Big Data & AI Landscape

#7. Great Power, Great Responsibility: The 2018 Big Data & AI Landscape

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#8. Python for Data Science: 8 Concepts You May Have Forgotten

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#9. 20 Questions to Ask Prior to Starting Data Analysis

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#10. Functional Data Engineering — a modern paradigm for batch data processing

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